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Citadel Tavern / Re: Wordpress blog
« Last post by Moonlake on August 02, 2015, 09:25:30 PM »
Pretty much what CM said is how I think abt Wordpress. I do know all the basic HTML codes and some basic of CSS although I've always dreaded the actual implementation of CSSs. So while I could self-host my own site like the other Moon, I chose wordpress initially cos I just wanted a casual site. Having been using WP for a while, I do dislike the hurdles it set b/w me and the coding part such as I still don't have a drop-down yet that I bet I could just create myself within MS Frontpage if I did my own site from scratch (I did learn Dreamweaver but I have to say what I learnt about it is completely obsolete now and gone back to the lecturer). With WP, I'm just slack to dig thru the documentation to actual do a drop-down. But in the overall scheme of things, I would say WP suited me fine for my purpose.
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Citadel Tavern / Re: Wordpress blog
« Last post by Chaosmark on August 02, 2015, 06:03:28 PM »
The last part of your question is mildly unclear ("and site" doesn't form a complete thought).

In terms of functionality, WP is just about everything the average blog and even casual site needs. The plethora of themes and plugins let it do quite a lot. In my experience, it's one of your best options, unless you need some very heavy customization and coding.
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Citadel Tavern / Re: Wordpress blog
« Last post by MoonHunter on August 02, 2015, 04:56:04 PM »
Are you all happy with the wordpress functionality and site?
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Fields of Challenge / Re: Strolenati Sunday
« Last post by Strolen on August 02, 2015, 12:47:45 PM »
Strolen Commented and Voted on Of Domes By: Scrasamax    46 Seconds ago
Strolen Commented and Voted on Tangrams (or Seven Piece Puzzles) By: Moonlake    7 Minutes ago
Strolen Commented and Voted on Compatible Time Travel By: Mageek    17 Minutes ago
Strolen Commented on Arachnartids, the Slaves of Felenthur By: SickTharos    29 Minutes ago
Strolen Commented and Voted on Shanteytown By: Morningstar    38 Minutes ago
Strolen Commented and Voted on The Palestra By: Morningstar    45 Minutes ago
Strolen Commented and Voted on Khasikarana Island By: Morningstar    54 Minutes ago
Strolen Commented and Voted on Something Weird cart By: Morningstar    2 Hours, 9 Minutes ago
Strolen Commented and Voted on 25 Horses By: sirgarberto    3 Hours, 9 Minutes ago

Bam!
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Fields of Challenge / Re: Custom Made RPG Table
« Last post by fantomx11 on August 02, 2015, 11:30:56 AM »


I must say...that's a really cool door. It has that art-deco style that I really love to see. Oh and the table is nice too ;).
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Fields of Challenge / Re: Freetext Friday
« Last post by Moonlake on July 31, 2015, 07:35:34 PM »
I've always done it with the summary not counting.
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Fields of Challenge / Re: Freetext Friday
« Last post by Dragonlordmax on July 31, 2015, 05:17:46 PM »
This week, we will be doing 100 Word Challenge. Do your sub in only 100 words! I'm not sure if the summary counts.
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News and Announcements / Re: SSL is activated (https)
« Last post by Strolen on July 31, 2015, 03:51:28 PM »
Fixed, thanks!
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News and Announcements / Re: SSL is activated (https)
« Last post by valadaar on July 31, 2015, 03:44:53 PM »
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Cavern of Inane Natter / Re: The Call of Captain-thulhu
« Last post by Ancient Gamer on July 31, 2015, 02:59:26 PM »
I recently traveled around my homeland, Norway.

While in a fjord with tremendously high, steep mountains on all sides the tour guide told us a nice little story.

High, high up on the mountainside was a small settlement. A farm. Above it a huge rock was suspended, still attached to the mountainside by some miracle - for it looked truly ready to drop at any moment.

Back in the day, while the farm was still settled, they used to tie the kids with a rope around their waist. That was because 6 men and children had dropped to their death after one fatal misstep. The settlement was on a slippery slope, and when you lost your footing you would drop down a thousand feet to the rocky shore beneath.

Another settlement on the opposite side of the fjord was less steep. Indeed if was the most prosperous location in the fjord, and that was because you had to climb several ladders to get there. Really, really long ladders. So when the tax collector came visiting, the local famers just pulled up the ladder and the tax collector had to turn around and go back home.
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